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Old 04-14-2008, 10:17 AM
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great, solid running boat thats handles great in the turns and stable down the straights!
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Old 04-21-2008, 11:08 PM
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great, solid running boat thats handles great in the turns and stable down the straights!
which one do you own.. post pics....
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Old 05-09-2008, 10:43 PM
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As an owner of a 2007 30 Skater with T/300xs, I do not believe the above is an entirely accurate statement. I would very much like to speak with those reporting 106-108 to see what the conditions were (# pob and fuel level). While that is achievable in a very controlled test, (20 gal of fuel in boat, 1 pob) I do not think that represents real-world use and speeds. I would realy like to know what others are seeing in speeds with several pob and enough fuel to actually go somewhere.

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actually these figures are real world figures. DPT Motorsports was onboard with me when this was done. i had between 60-80 gallons of fuel on board. it was in april of 06 in toms river NJ. was a 60 degree day with approx a 1ft chop and we actually ran outta water due to the end of the river. full of fuel 150-160 gallons and 2 people she ran 100-102 everyday all. previous best was 104 half full of fuel and 3 peeps on board in similar water.
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yes i was also there for this.... that boat moved pretty good...
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Old 06-11-2008, 07:55 PM
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Old 06-12-2008, 06:34 AM
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actually these figures are real world figures. DPT Motorsports was onboard with me when this was done. i had between 60-80 gallons of fuel on board. it was in april of 06 in toms river NJ. was a 60 degree day with approx a 1ft chop and we actually ran outta water due to the end of the river. full of fuel 150-160 gallons and 2 people she ran 100-102 everyday all. previous best was 104 half full of fuel and 3 peeps on board in similar water.
My Skater does not want to run at all with anything over 60 gallons. I guess if I had a smaller set of props things would be a little different. The most fuel I have every run was 130-140 gallons which was full, the boat handled terrible. It did run right at 100 after about 2 miles but I eventually broke a prop shaft. 100-102 in a 30 Spectre with that much fuel and people is very, very good.

How do the DW's run with weight in the boat? How much fuel do you carry for a race?
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i was running 15x32 3 blade labbed cleavers...cruisng at 80 mph i was spinning 49-5000 rpms...was everything was right i was tapping the limiters at 107
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Old 07-28-2010, 05:21 PM
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i was running 15x32 3 blade labbed cleavers...cruisng at 80 mph i was spinning 49-5000 rpms...was everything was right i was tapping the limiters at 107
Hi , after reading all the posts about DW, i see lots of u guys running 30s 32s etc 3 blade cleavers, i realised in xcats nobody uses them, i hear they are quick but to much vibration ,is this the true reason they dont use them ,fanx ?

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I'd call Doug , get it right from the top!
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